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#553967 - 07/31/09 08:59 AM Q for JB
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I thought I'd start a thread that would allow those of us who have questions for John Byrne but can't/won't post there for whatever reason could ask here. They can range from genuine fanboy questions to the hard hitting ones that would probably get deleted and you banned by asking it over there. In other words, there are no boundaries for the questions you'd like to ask him. I'll start!

JB-
You sound pretty jazzed every time the topic of that XMen Forever project that Marvel is doing that reunites the dreamteams of yesterday for story arcs. Would you really consider doing it even under current regime?
IMHO , I think you would and are just waiting for the call. I see dollar signs in your eyes and I know you do to.
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#553971 - 07/31/09 09:13 AM Re: Q for JB [Re: Budman]
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Why didn't you ever get Tony DeZuniga to ink again?

Why haven't you done any more Rog-2000 stories?

What you think of the art in Champions #17? (Byrne inks over Tuska) How did that come to happen? Why didn't you ink other people more often?
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#553982 - 07/31/09 02:26 PM Re: Q for JB [Re: Allen Montgomery]
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Is it better to do no work that your heart isn't in, or to do work that robs you of your soul for money?

(I am not referring to any projects JB has ever done or will do, I have been asked to write a couple stories for a few projects that I have zero interest in. I have no money but I won't do them simply because of my lack of interest. I respect people who are able to trade lack of interest for workman outlook.)

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#553984 - 07/31/09 04:37 PM Re: Q for JB [Re: Alexander Ness]
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Originally Posted By: Alexander Ness
Is it better to do no work that your heart isn't in, or to do work that robs you of your soul for money?

(I am not referring to any projects JB has ever done or will do, I have been asked to write a couple stories for a few projects that I have zero interest in. I have no money but I won't do them simply because of my lack of interest. I respect people who are able to trade lack of interest for workman outlook.)


That's a great question it should be it's own thread!

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#553985 - 07/31/09 04:40 PM Re: Q for JB [Re: Joe Lee]
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Feel free big Joe.

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#553988 - 07/31/09 04:52 PM Re: Q for JB [Re: Alexander Ness]
Joe Lee Offline
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Big?

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#553989 - 07/31/09 04:56 PM Re: Q for JB [Re: Joe Lee]
Alexander Ness Offline
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Sorry I just saw a commercial for Bonanza and they had Little Joe Cartwright, just stream of thought

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#553993 - 07/31/09 05:06 PM Re: Q for JB [Re: Alexander Ness]
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I've always wondered what happened to the Cartright's and the The Ponderosa, since Little Joe seemed so poor when he settled down with his own family in that little house on the prairie.

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#553994 - 07/31/09 05:06 PM Re: Q for JB [Re: Alexander Ness]
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Bonanza rocks!
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#553995 - 07/31/09 05:12 PM Re: Q for JB [Re: Carlton Donaghe]
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I like Ponderosa steakhouse!

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